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© 2015 Philippe Halsman Archive / Magnum Photos. Droits exclusifs pour les images de Salvador Dalí : Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, Figueres, 2015

“In my serious work, I am striving for the essence of things...and a childish streak leads me into all kinds of frivolous endeavour.” Philippe Halsman produced 101 covers for Life magazine and enjoyed a fruitful collaboration with Salvador Dalí that lasted some 30 years.
Musée de l'Homme Paris ©F. Krettly.jpg

The Museum of Man in Paris highly anticipated reopening presents the entirely overhauled interior space of the stunning Palais Chaillot, as well as a temporary inaugural exhibition in 3 parts ...
Taxi Driver de Martin Scorsese 1976 © Columbia Pictures

The exhibition pays a tribute to Scorsese's body of work as a whole, and his impact on American film in general. The retrospective draws on Scorsese's own private collection in New York, as well as those of Robert de Niro and Paul Schrader.

A simultaneously chronological and thematic approach to the critical and artistic highlights of Picasso’s career and the myth that gradually built up around his name...
© Marcel Mochet

The Navy museum in Paris dedicates this special exhibition to the history of fishing and in particular the fish that changed the world: cod. The historical technical and economic adventure leads to contemporary questions of sustainability of marine resources.

The exhibition explores the often controversial way in which the ‘king of pop art’ engaged with space and time as a means of reshaping our modes of perception...

This first retrospective devoted to the remarkable works a brilliant portrait artist whose life stretched from the reign of Louis XV to that of Louis-Philippe.

From Manet's Olympia to Degas's Absinthe, from Toulouse-Lautrec and Munch's forays into brothels, this is the first major exhibition on the subject of prostitution.
Daesung Lee :Photoquai 2015

For its 5th edition, the PHOTOQUAI photography biennale, under the auspices of the Musée du Quai Branly, settles on the banks of the Seine...
Maison-de-la-radio-HD ©Christophe Abramowitz

Les Journées du Patrimoine (Heritage Days) brings an opportunity to visit a wide variety of well-known historical monuments, some well known, some unusual and some that are not open to the public at any other time...
L'interieur de la Nuit George Shiras

American photographer George Shiras gave up his successful law career in 1880 to spend the rest of his lifetime behind the camera, and became an activist for the conservation of the animal world...

In the 16th century, the art of portraiture became increasingly common among the Florentine elite, who had found in it a means of capturing their facial characteristics and social status for posterity.